Hmm, So apart from Gigabyte's upcoming SATA6 / USB 3.0 P55 line-up, it seems Gigabyte will be the first into the X58 fray with the UD7 (formerly EXTREME2) motherboard. - Key Features: * Massive cooling system, near enough spanning across the entire board, with a waterblock on the X58 chip. * 4 PCI-Express x16 graphics slots supporting Crossfire or SLI * 4 internal SATA3 6.0Gb/s ports * 2 USB 3.0 ports supported via NEC controller * Triple power USB (1500mA to each port instead of 500mA on USB2, 2700mA to each USB 3 port compared to 900mA in the specification.) The "333" refers to the Triple Power USB, essentially a lot more juice can flow through the USB2/USB3 ports. Apart from that? Same Gigabyte goodness and quality we generally come to expect. Price? Currently pegged at $400 as their new "flagship" motherboard, aimed squarely at Asus high-end P6T offerings. Availability? Under the Christmas tree Should see it pop out end of November/early-December. For those hoping for a less... colorful PCB scheme? Sorry, Gigabyte staff still had a stash of whatever they were smoking lying around during the design/color selection process.